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H2O video transcript

OPENING SHOT OF SCOTTISH WATER AND SPFL LOGOS.

CUT TO  YOUNG PEOPLE TAKING PART IN H2-O PROGRAMME

VOICE OVER FROM ALAN THOMSON (SW) INTERVIEW:

Scottish Water and The Scottish Professional Football League Trust have teamed up to bring a brand new education programme called H2-O to selected Scottish primary schools.  

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ALAN THOMSON INTERVIEW:

The programme will be rolled out in the Dumfries, East Fife and Elgin areas. We’re launching it here today at Mountfleurie Primary School with Gary Naysmith from East Fife FC.

CUT TO FOOTAGE OF MENTAL & PHYSICAL WORKOUT

ALAN THOMSON INTERVIEW:

The H2-O programme focuses on the relationship between water, hydration and physical activity.  

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ALAN THOMSON INTERVIEW:

The programme is absolutely free for schools to take part in. It will reach a total of around 3,000 young people across the three club’s local areas.

CUT TO NICKY REID (SPFL) INTERVIEW

NICKY REID INTERVIEW:

We’re delighted to be teaming up with Scottish Water to deliver this programme. Each 90-minute session will be delivered by professional club community football coaches who are affiliated with the Scottish Professional Football League. 

CUT TO FOOTAGE OF THE LESSON MATERIALS & YOUNG PEOPLE TAKING PART IN MENTAL SESSION

NICKY REID INTERVIEW:

The session is split into two parts and involves a 40-minute interactive classroom based session focusing on ‘The Water Cycle’ and ‘Our Bodies and Water’.  

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NICKY REID INTERVIEW:

Pupils then take part in a 40-minute physical activity session which involves dribbling a football around cones in different ways depending on what water-related word is shouted out.

CUT TO FOOTAGE OF THE CERTIFICATE, BOTTLE AND VOUCHER

NICKY REID INTERVIEW:

After the session each pupil will be given a certificate, sports water bottle to help them to drink water and keep hydrated and a voucher for a free family match ticket to a game at their local club.

CUT TO ALAN THOMSON INTERVIEW THEN FOOTAGE OF GARY NAYSMITH TALKING TO YOUNG PEOPLE

ALAN THOMSON INTERVIEW:

The programme is being launched today with the help of Gary Naysmith, former Scottish international who has helped us kick off in style.

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GARY NAYSMITH INTERVIEW:

It is crucial kids know the importance of hydration and physical activity from a young age. Football is a great way to teach school children important life lessons, in a fun, enjoyable way.

At the end of it all the pupils will get a chance to get out on a Saturday and support their local club.

CLOSING SHOT OF SCOTTISH WATER AND SPFL LOGOS